Watch The Movie Now: Wonder Woman 1984


Published on January fifth, 2021

Wonder Woman 1984 is being concurrently launched on HBO Max in a bid to bolster the Warner Media streaming service. Gal Gadot-starrer Wonder Woman 1984 has collected $5.5 million over the New Year’s vacation.

Movie Reviews: Wonder Woman 1984

The Guardian

This long-delayed sequel to 2017’s massively pleasant superhero romp Wonder Woman was initially slated for launch final Christmas, however it might be simply the tonic we want proper now.

Combining the colorful allure and romance of Richard Donner’s 1978 Superman with an empowering Twenty first-century gender-flipped sensibility, it shifts the motion from the battlegrounds of the primary world struggle to the bumbags and rolled-up sleeves of the US within the 80s.

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The Indian Express

The early critiques of Warner Bros movie Wonder Woman 1984 are out, and thus far, it looks as if the movie has not surpassed the expectations that had been set by its predecessor.

Starring Gal Gadot, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal and Chris Pine amongst others, this Patty Jenkins movie has been long-awaited by followers from all around the world.

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NDTV

Flight is simple, says Steve Trevor, the dishy American pilot who’s Diana Prince’s love curiosity. It is “wind and air”, he provides. All you have to know is the best way to catch it, trip it, and be part of with it. 

ut is that every one there may be to flying excessive? Certainly not when the flight path is as difficult because the one which Patty Jenkins’ 2017 megahit Wonder Woman set for the sequels.

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Screen Rant

When Wonder Woman launched in 2017, it showcased a lighter aspect of the, on the time, fairly darkish and gritty DC Extended Universe, and now Wonder Woman 1984 takes that hope and lightness to even additional heights.

For the sequel, director Patty Jenkins returns and takes on scripting duties alongside DC Comics author Geoff Johns and screenwriter David Callaham (The Expendables).

The film trades in Diana Prince’s (Gal Gadot) adventures in a World War I ravaged Europe for Eighties America, following the Amazonian princess lengthy after she’s misplaced the surviving associates she gained within the first movie.

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